Why did stalin destroy the kulaks?
Collectivisation was Stalin's answer to his belief that Russia's agriculture was in a terrible state. Stalin believed that Russia had to be able to feed itself - hence collectivisation - and that at the very least the peasant farmers should be providing food for the workers in the factories if the Five Year Plans were going to succeed. There was barely any mechanisation, the use of scientific measures was minimal and peasant farmers produced usually for themselves and the local area. This was not good enough for Stalin.
To change all this and update Russia's agriculture, Stalin introduced…
- President Roosevelt, Winston Churchill, and Joseph Stalin at the Yalta Conference. "Sell out Bargain"
- Summary of Joseph Stalin in power.
- Why did stalin destroy the kulaks?
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